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Chefs for Kids Class with Kristina Ramos
SAT. Oct. 15th, 2022 AT 11AM-12:30PM
$50 + taxes
Tickets are limited to 12 students. Parents do not have to stay with their child for the entire class but are recommended to stay and participate as well.
This class is recommended for students between the ages of
7 - 10 years old.
Full cost of the event: food, labor, venue, and staff
Calling all parents and children for an afternoon of sustainable food systems fun. Join our Chef Educator Kristina Ramos, formerly at Eleven Madison Park and Oxalis, for a lesson straight out of our Chefs for Kids curriculum at our partner schools.
Students will have the chance to learn all about the food of the day through our 4 learning pillars:
Sustainability, Nutrition, Agriculture, and Culinary elements.
Proceeds will go towards the expansion of our Chefs for Kids program at more NYC schools.
Know a family that would like to participate but doesn't have the financial means? Email us at email@example.com.
We reserve 2 free tickets each class
The costs are covered by our donors
What to Expect
An introduction to food sustainability
An overview of the food we'll be preparing: how it grows, what we eat it with, cultural elements of the dish, and how it benefits us and the planet.
Engaging all their senses, preparing their own dish and enjoying it with the rest of the group at the end of class.
A take home recipe list with step by step instructions and techniques to recreate the meal at home!
A The opportunity to purchase our children's aprons, seasonality calendar, coloring books and place mats.
Please let us know if your child has an allergy or dietary restrictions at least 1 week before class.
This prepaid reservation is non-refundable. You will not receive a refund if you change or cancel.
196 Stanton St, New York, NY 10002
About the Chef
Chef Kristina Ramos
Kristina is a Filipino-American chef born and raised in New York. She has worked in top restaurants in both New York and France, including Eleven Madison Park, Auberge La Feniere and Oxalis. During the pandemic, Kristina worked with EMP/Rethink to provide thousands of meals to essential workers and communities suffering from food insecurity.
Now, she oversees our youth program, building the curriculum in partnership with other chefs, farmers and nutritionists.
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